[Editor’s note: We’re thrilled to announce the newest member of the Ski Country blogging team. Little Lightning is participating in Colorado Ski Country USA’s 5th Grade Passport Program, which offers fifth graders up to sixty free days of skiing, as well as a free lesson and rental equipment for fifth graders who are brand new to skiing and snowboarding. Tune in throughout the ski season to keep tabs on her adventures as she visits resorts all across Ski Country, takes her skiing ability to the next level, and enjoys Colorado’s signature winter sport.]
Hi, I’m Little Lightning and I will be eleven years old in October. I started skiing when I was three and when I was four it became my passion. I like to ski everything from trees, moguls, powder, to terrain parks, especially when I am with my friends and family.
I’ve been so excited about the 5th grade passport program since I heard about it a couple years ago. In the past, I have skied at Snowmass, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin, Powderhorn, and three ski areas in South Dakota. I’m looking forward to being a representative for the 5th grade passport program and I can’t wait to ski at places I haven’t been before, like Eldora, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Loveland, Winter Park, Granby Ranch, Steamboat Springs, Ski Cooper, Monarch, Crested Butte, Telluride, Durango Mountain, and last but not least Wolf Creek.
I will do a report on every area I ski this winter and I will be letting everyone know where the good food is, the best skiing, and the shortest lift lines. Feel free to contact me at LLightning@Coloradoski.com with any questions or comments you might have.
Most of all I’m looking forward to making many new skiing and snowboarding friends. Think snow!Read More »